The Attorney General’s unappealing intention
In this long read, Jacques René Zammit looks at
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
Sant’s rant is a distraction
Alfred Sant is unhappy that the European Court of
‘This is not on’, said the Dodger to the fly
Dodging journalists. Avoiding interviews. Running away from tough questions.
Another paper tiger
This government has a strong record of creating paper
Judicial schizophrenia
Justice Joanne Vella Cuschieri has ruled that Malta Enterprise’s right
Cracks appear in the government’s piggy bank
Who thought extending ‘‘interest-free’ property loans to people who
The battle for our minds
Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s strategy, from a position
‘EU needs tools to protect journalists under threat by their own government’
The protection of journalists who are under threat, offering
Government’s attack on Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt’s credibility ‘a concern’
The Maltese government’s “knee-jerk reaction” to attack the credibility
Diverting public attention from the story that won’t die
In the make-belief land of Malta, perception matters more
At least, we’re not Malta
We’re not Malta, fortunately. That was the sentiment expressed
UK Foreign Office welcomes ‘Malta’s commitment to a public inquiry’
The UK Foreign Office seems to have missed the
Can you hear it?
Guest commentary by Tom Welch “Can you hear it?
It’s about injustice, not only trees
We knew it already but the government’s actions underline
Azerbaijan government accused of targeting journalists in exile
Not content with “the total capture of media” inside
‘An independent public inquiry is more urgent than ever’ – Reporters Without Borders
The need for an independent public inquiry remained urgent,
Council of Europe Member States urged to strengthen ‘key role’ of Ombudsman
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s (PACE)
Will Neville Guffaw have the last laugh?
The worst kept secret in Malta has finally been
Whose line was it anyway?
Let’s play a game of “Whose Line Was It?”
International freedom of expression organisations welcome crucial resolution
We, the undersigned international freedom of expression organisations, welcome
PACE adopts report on Malta
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
Malta backed by Azerbaijan ahead of CoE vote
The call for a public inquiry into the assassination
Can independent media survive where the rule of law is under threat?
A free and impartial media is the fourth pillar
Reporters Without Borders event to support Council of Europe report on Malta
As the report by the Council of Europe’s Special
‘We are not enemies of Malta’
Joseph Muscat’s government is faced with an opportunity to
Appeal to EU leaders to address the need for justice at summit in Malta
Seven international press freedom and human rights organisations have
‘The government is deliberately acting in bad faith’ – law professor
Law professor Kevin Aquilina agrees with the Council of